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Autonomous Future

  • BSA Space 290 Congress Street Boston, MA 02210 United States (map)
Future of Streets, Image Courtesy of City Form Lab

Future of Streets, Image Courtesy of City Form Lab

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We are moving toward a future powered by autonomous vehicles, unleashing both new opportunities and challenges about public spaces, safety, jobs, and infrastructure. What does this mean and what do we need to consider as we integrate autonomous vehicles into our cities? Are autonomous vehicles really the answer?

Join us for a short presentation by leaders in the field of mobility followed by a panel discussion

This discussion is part of BSA Space's current exhibition, Balancing Act: Urbanism & Emerging Technologies. The exhibition explores how technology influences our urban experience and the possibilities to focus emerging technologies towards the human experience and develop best urban practices to make our cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable.

Speakers

Jack Robbins, Partner and Director of Urban Design at FXCollaborative, Adjunct Professor at New York University

Andres Sevtsuk, Principal Investigator at City Form Lab, Assistant Professor at Harvard University

Vineet Gupta, Director of Planning Boston Transportation Department

Moderator

Kishore Varanasi, Principal and Director of Urban Design at CBT

Your registration includes acceptance of the BSA Space photo release and consent policy.

Registrants to this event will be added to the BSA Space mailing list for updates on future public programs and exhibitions. Registrants may unsubscribe at any time. Email addresses will not be shared or sold to third parties.

BSA Space is one block from South Station. Enter through the BSA Space entrance and go up the green staircase.

Thank you to our exhibition sponsors:

Existing Conditions

Pickard Chilton

Thank you to the American Institute of Architects for supporting this exhibition through the AIA exhibition grant.

Earlier Event: August 1
Balancing Act
Later Event: August 29
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